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Old 05-26-2008, 08:37 AM
Alexander Todorov
 
Default Enable to send the mnemonic of the menu to the guest OS

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Hiroyuki Kaguchi wrote:
| We cannot send "Alt+M" and "Alt+V" and "Alt+H" to the guest OS because the
| mnemonic of the menu of the graphical console is enabled.

Even better idea:
why not have a menu item "Send arbitrary key" which will open a dialog and the
user can enter arbitrary combination of keys + modifiers and this will be sent
to the guest os. What do you think?
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Old 05-27-2008, 02:17 PM
Cole Robinson
 
Default Enable to send the mnemonic of the menu to the guest OS

Alexander Todorov wrote:
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> Hiroyuki Kaguchi wrote:
> | We cannot send "Alt+M" and "Alt+V" and "Alt+H" to the guest OS because the
> | mnemonic of the menu of the graphical console is enabled.
>
> Even better idea:
> why not have a menu item "Send arbitrary key" which will open a dialog and the
> user can enter arbitrary combination of keys + modifiers and this will be sent
> to the guest os. What do you think?

I think that is the only way to go. The current situation is certainly non
scalable. Someone proposed that a while ago as well but no one has moved on
it.

- Cole

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